• The CH4LLENGE project is slowly going towards its end in March 2016. Currently we are busy planning and organizing the final outputs: four comprehensive CH4LLENGE kits, including a manual, quick fact brochure and online learning module for each of the four challenges in sustainable urban mobility planning: participation, cooperation, measure selection and monitoring& evaluation.
    These kits will be published in the beginning of 2016 and will be available for all cities on the CH4LLENGE website!
     Already now you can access some of the online learning modules as well as the SUMP Basic course.
  • Join us for an interesting workshop on “Sustainable Urban Mobility planning” in Gdynia during the UBC General conference!
  • SUMPs-UP in the Baltic Sea Region!
    Together with other European city networks (EUROCITIES, ICLEI, POLIS) and other partners we submit the proposal “SUMPs-UP” in October! The project aims at mainstreaming and enhancing the take up of SUMP (Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans) in Europe, especially in countries where the uptake is still low. Existing tools and methods will be reviewed and tested and UBC will be responsible for the capacity building activities. If the project is successful we will be also able to organize capacity development events within sustainable mobility in our region.

    If your city is interested in starting with a SUMP process or already is in the middle of it and faces certain challenges, you might be willing to express your interest in this project with a “Letter of Interest”. In this case and  if you want to get more information, please contact Esther Kreutz!